Museum of Northwest Art

La Conner, WA



The View From Here

December 3, 1999 - March 5, 2000


The View From Here, a group exhibition opening at Museum of Northwest Art on Friday, December 3, 1999, celebrates Mount Rainier, icon of the Pacific Northwest. The show in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Mount Rainier National Park, organized by Peggy Weiss, Bank of America Gallery will travel to other venues, including Japan, in observance of the "sister relationship" between Mount Rainier and Japan's Mount Fuji. (left: William Whipple, Mt. Rainier's Revenge, 1980, assemblage, wood, paint, 72 x 84 x 4 inches, photo courtesy Bank of America Gallery)

Artists include Kathryn Glowen, Charlie Krafft, Andrew Keating, Joan Stuart Ross, and more than 90 others, with works ranging from painting, sculpture and photography, to literary, music, fiber and installation pieces. The opening reception for The View From Here is Friday, December 3, from 6-9 p.m.

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